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Jul 25, 2010 7:30am EDT
. >> the loan lisa davies found is from ace, appalachian community enterprises, a community-based nonprofit micro loan organization set up to help people who traditional banks won't. >> we don't just look at the credit score, we look at what's gone on with the person. >> grace and her team do more than just make loans. >> you want to sign this? >> yes. >> they look at aspiring entrepreneurs and from the beginning, give them support along the way. >> i bet you would like this. >> oh, yeah. >> thank you very much. >> congratulations. >> she helps startups on the ground level, loans of $500 and up to $35,000 alone with providing classes on management and finance. >> to take out $4,000 was -- man, i cried. i mean, me and lisa sat on the phone and cried about it. it was scary. but if it's a good idea, it's going to work. >> i created this organization -- dba -- doing business as miracle maids. we make miracles out of messes. >> for some of the rural poor isolate in the beautiful mountains of appalachia, small amounts of capital and large doses of education are the keys of establishing economic i
Jul 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
out this one on massachusetts and garfield. me lisa davis isn't the only one getting the kick out of a misspelled street. >> oh, god. yeah, an extra e. embarrassing, isn't it if you are going to it print a sign get a proofreader. >> i know how to spell massachusetts and i'm not even american. >> metro wants us to pay more but they can't spell the street names direct correctly. >> the city contracts with clear channel 0 who is replacing old shelters with new ones signs included in exchange clear channel gets free rein over the advertisement. >> i don't understand why no one caught it in their office. >> like this one at connecticut and dupont. >> i'm not surprised. a couple of riders noticed the stop behind me on connecticut and van ness was missing an n on van ness. >> most people should be able to spell it. >> most people are losing touch with proper spelling as far as josh is concerned. >> i think it is being lost along the way because you don't have to worry about it. >> as an english tutor he sees examples. >> students i talk to say they don't have to worry about it. microsoft
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